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Andrew CauthenRumored High Speed Rail Hub - 03.07.27 Sunday [tpd020] (July 27, 2003)

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Take Pills Die Records Podcast!
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IDM, Ambient, Avant Garde, Experimental Electronic Music. Take Pills Die Records. Quit Your Job And Get A Life! http://takepillsdie.blogspot.com



This audio is part of the collection: Take Pills Die
It also belongs to collection: Netlabels

Artist/Composer: Andrew Cauthen
Date: 2003-07-27
Keywords: IDM; Ambient; Avant Garde; Experimental Electronic; Folk; Pop; Drone; Alternative; Music; Downtempo; Indie; Zine

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